SOLD/EXPIRED SOLD - Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

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  1. stubb64

    stubb64 Well-Known Member

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    Riverhawk B-60 Pro Caster; 2005 hull (go to http://www.riverhawkboats.com); 15'; 2007 15 hp Johnson tiller 2 stroke with stainless prop; galvanized trailer; Minn Kota Riptide 40lb thrust trolling motor, 36' shaft on custom made aluminum bow mount; deep cycle battery storage under bow deck.  Poling platform; custom grab bar bolted to storage/live well; 2 gas tanks (6 and 3 gallon capacities).  This boat is wide and has great stability; you can stand on the gunwhale. It will float where my kayak won't. Top speed with calm conditions 22mph at 7 miles per gallon full throttle. I have used this boat a lot up and down the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon as well as 10,000 Islands and Wilderness Waterway .. several trips from Chokoloskee to Whitewater Bay. It is a great back country mini-skiff. Motor is still in warranty and has a new spare aluminum prop. Trailer has slicks on the bunks; launches and loads easily. Pix emailed upon request. $3500. Stubb
     
  2. Flyline

    Flyline Won "Do More With Less" Award!

    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

    that's a good deal!

    sent me email:

    captblake@inshoresportsman.com
     

  3. stubb64

    stubb64 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster > pictures

    I'll try to post a couple pix of the Riverhawk "in action.."

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    one pic the boat is loaded with extra fuel and camping gear for a 50 mile loop trip fm Chokoloskee to Camp Lonesome

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    view of the platform and grab bar/livewell(storage since I don't use bait)

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    she'll carry 3 (my folks in this case) and still do about 17-18mph.

    Stubb
     
  4. marshman

    marshman just try to follow me....i dare ya...

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    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

    sure was alot of gear in that boat...and gas...how far, and for how long were you going...looks like my kinda trip.... ;) ;) ;) ;)
     
  5. stubb64

    stubb64 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

    Chokoloskee to Camp Lonesome: 50 miles +/- depending on your route. We generally take the Wilderness Waterway to avoid rougher stuff in the Gulf Islands. Took 6 gallons to get there. I had 15 extra on board that trip for a total of 24 total. Used all but 5 but, then again, we ran for nearly 200 miles up and down rivers, creeks and way inland. Out 5 nights in all. 3 of those days we never saw another living soul.
     
  6. Weedy

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    That is one of the BEST parts!
     
  7. stubb64

    stubb64 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

    Sold 3/7/09 to a microskiff.com member!!
     
  8. iMacattack

    iMacattack busy, too busy

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    Re: Riverhawk B-60 Procaster

    [smiley=1-beer-german.gif]
    Cool
     
  9. backwaterbandits

    backwaterbandits Well-Known Member

    Congrats on the sale!
    Stubb, I enjoy your stories in the Onshore-Offshore Magazine.
    I need to order your book one of these days! Dave